UK Liberty

Home Affairs Committee – oral evidence on Home Office response to terrorism

Posted in detention without charge, law and order, politicians on liberty, rule of law by ukliberty on November 10, 2009

Some interesting evidence here, particularly from Sir Ken MacDonald QC, former Director of Public Prosecutions, and on the matter of intercept evidence in court.

What Sir Ken MacDonald says about the infringements we managed to avoid is worth hearing (1 hour 2 mins in) – pretty shocking what has been proposed by those at the top.

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